Canlyniadau 1–20 o 7102 ar gyfer speaker:Jacob Rees-Mogg

Low Traffic Neighbourhoods — [Carolyn Harris in the Chair] (20 Mai 2024)

Jacob Rees-Mogg: May I begin by saying what a pleasure it is to serve under your chairmanship, Ms Harris, and by thanking you for understanding that I will not be able to stay till the end? I congratulate the hon. Member for Battersea (Marsha De Cordova) on her fine introduction to this important discussion and my right hon. Friend the Member for Chipping Barnet (Theresa Villiers) on her speech, which I...

Low Traffic Neighbourhoods — [Carolyn Harris in the Chair] (20 Mai 2024)

Jacob Rees-Mogg: The hon. Lady says that, but the self-same council that is keen on these low-traffic neighbourhoods has cut the number of buses in my constituency. It has kept most of them in Bath, but the ones in the rural areas it has cut like Billy-o.

Low Traffic Neighbourhoods — [Carolyn Harris in the Chair] (20 Mai 2024)

Jacob Rees-Mogg: I am glad the hon. Lady asked me that question because, before the Lib Dems took charge of the Bath and North East Somerset Council, I was working with the previous council on the Bath bypass. That would have joined the A36 and the A46 and been the most sensible thing to do, but in accordance with this whole LTN, anti-motorist approach, as soon as the Lib Dems got in, they did not want the...

Low Traffic Neighbourhoods — [Carolyn Harris in the Chair] (20 Mai 2024)

Jacob Rees-Mogg: May I begin by saying what a pleasure it is to serve under your chairmanship, Ms Harris, and by thanking you for understanding that I will not be able to stay till the end? I congratulate the hon. Member for Battersea (Marsha De Cordova) on her fine introduction to this important discussion and my right hon. Friend the Member for Chipping Barnet (Theresa Villiers) on her speech, which I...

Low Traffic Neighbourhoods — [Carolyn Harris in the Chair] (20 Mai 2024)

Jacob Rees-Mogg: The hon. Lady says that, but the self-same council that is keen on these low-traffic neighbourhoods has cut the number of buses in my constituency. It has kept most of them in Bath, but the ones in the rural areas it has cut like Billy-o.

Low Traffic Neighbourhoods — [Carolyn Harris in the Chair] (20 Mai 2024)

Jacob Rees-Mogg: I am glad the hon. Lady asked me that question because, before the Lib Dems took charge of the Bath and North East Somerset Council, I was working with the previous council on the Bath bypass. That would have joined the A36 and the A46 and been the most sensible thing to do, but in accordance with this whole LTN, anti-motorist approach, as soon as the Lib Dems got in, they did not want the...

Risk-based Exclusion (13 Mai 2024)

Jacob Rees-Mogg: Will the Leader of the House give way?

Risk-based Exclusion (13 Mai 2024)

Jacob Rees-Mogg: On exclusive cognisance, as was established in the Bradlaugh case, this House has the right to determine its own procedures, but it has never had the right to delegate the exclusion of a Member to a panel. That has always been the responsibility of the whole House, otherwise we have a right dating back to 1340 of unmolested attendance. Exclusive cognisance cannot override our ancient rights...

Risk-based Exclusion (13 Mai 2024)

Jacob Rees-Mogg: My point was that this should be done properly. The hon. Lady makes a compelling case for arrest, but only if it is done in a proper and constitutional manner.

Risk-based Exclusion (13 Mai 2024)

Jacob Rees-Mogg: Will my hon. Friend give way very briefly?

Risk-based Exclusion (13 Mai 2024)

Jacob Rees-Mogg: I think the amendment tabled by my hon. Friend the Member for Amber Valley (Nigel Mills) is more constitutional—although still far from perfect—because whether to exclude under certain circumstances is a decision for the House, rather than a decision for the House to delegate. His amendment to this rather bad motion is at least an improvement.

Risk-based Exclusion (13 Mai 2024)

Jacob Rees-Mogg: I accept and believe that it is important that we have some means of protecting people in this House. This is something that we have been trying to do, and the introduction of the ICGS has helped in that process, making people confident that there is a route through which they can complain and where they can have their best interests assured and safeguarded. The problem with this motion is...

Risk-based Exclusion (13 Mai 2024)

Jacob Rees-Mogg: The right hon. Gentleman says that a Member agreeing not to come in is the same as banning a Member from coming in. That is clearly not true. It would not take very long to turn this motion into legislation, and that would be the proper constitutional way of doing this. The proposal is, to my mind, entirely ineffective. We know that the powers of arrest of the Serjeant at Arms are pretty much...

Risk-based Exclusion (13 Mai 2024)

Jacob Rees-Mogg: I entirely agree with the hon. Gentleman: any exclusion must be a decision of the whole House. That is our most ancient constitutional right. The idea that it can be stopped by three people—even, Madam Deputy Speaker, one as distinguished as the Chairman of Ways and Means—is not in the spirit of our constitution.

Risk-based Exclusion (13 Mai 2024)

Jacob Rees-Mogg: I am saying that it would be ineffective because a right hon. or hon. Member would simply maintain the right to turn up. There would be no power to arrest that person when turning up, therefore what would we do next, and what would we do if a person so outraged by the allegation said, “Well, I’m going to call a by-election, stand for Parliament and be returned”? A general election is...

Risk-based Exclusion (13 Mai 2024)

Jacob Rees-Mogg: It is because we have become confused about the limits of exclusive cognisance. The House has exclusive cognisance about its own affairs, but acting as the whole House. Look at the case of the exclusion of Bradlaugh. That was an action of the whole House. What did we do when Bobby Sands was elected to Parliament? We changed the law so that people subject to a criminal sentence could not stand...

Business of the House (13 May) ( 8 Mai 2024)

Jacob Rees-Mogg: I do not think that what the motion aims to do is wrong, but I am concerned that we are using Standing Orders as a means of determining who can attend the House. We have never done that before. Either attendance at the House has been set out in legislation or an individual Member has been excluded from the House. Therefore, however much time we allow for the debate, we are allowing time for...

Business of the House (13 May) ( 8 Mai 2024)

Jacob Rees-Mogg: However many hours we spend debating this, is the fundamental problem not that the aim is to do this by motion, rather than by legislation, and that any exclusion of a Member except by a specific vote on that Member needs to be a legislative requirement for attendance of the House, not a mere motion?

Business of the House (13 May) ( 8 Mai 2024)

Jacob Rees-Mogg: The motion before the House today suggests that Standing Order No. 41A, on deferred Divisions, shall not apply. I wonder whether my hon. Friend thinks it is wise to put before the House motions that randomly suspend Standing Orders, or whether it is not important to maintain the integrity of Standing Orders, which, Madam Deputy Speaker, is clearly a legitimate part of today’s motion.

Treasury: Topical Questions ( 7 Mai 2024)

Jacob Rees-Mogg: The Bank of England has said that quantitative tightening is not an official part of its monetary policy targeting, yet it is at risk of costing, fiscally, £179 billion in losses underwritten by the Treasury. That is having a major effect on the fiscal situation of the country. Will His Majesty’s Government encourage the Bank of England to hold these bonds to maturity, taking the carry...


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